Francois, an introverted teenager, goes to live with his uncle in scenic Provence after his mother dies. He becomes infatuated by the uncle's stunning girlfriend Wendy, a situation that can only end in heartbreak.
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Jacqueline plays a housewife who has some problems with her husband. The movie takes place in the course of one day. In the late afternoon while her husband is interviewed for a job, J is ... See full summary »
Wide-eyed nineteen year old Christine Adams decides on a whim to leave her broken family life in small town British Columbia to move to Los Angeles to be with her boyfriend Eddie Molina, ... See full summary »
Sheila is a newspaper reporter who returns to her home town in order to write an article about the progress of the liberation of the women. Arriving at the town she is very surprised to see... See full summary »
It was rumored that Wes Stern passed on the role of Benjamin Braddock in The Graduate (1967) because the script for this movie was floating around Hollywood. It was in development for two years, and by time it was released The Graduate was a smash hit. See more »
Every young man must have his fill of conquests before he really loves, and I think you'll find I make a far better conquest than I do a love.
I don't understand
You don't have to understand. It'll happen anyway.
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Sweet Love In The Beginning
Sung by MC2
Lyrics by Michael Clough and Michael Crowley
Music by Kenyon Hopkins See more »
This is a wonderful film, charming, light-hearted, modest, wise, touching and witty. It may be the best film about sex. The whole movie works: acting, directing, music, camera. The critics are wrong. One called it "embarrassingly sentimental". Don't believe them. It's a true classic. You'll like yourself and the human race more after enjoying it. You may shed a tear of gratitude at the end, and a tear of regret that they don't make them like this anymore. Every young person should see it.
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